Just what is SYNCHRONICTY?

(ˌsinkrəˈnisiti) – Synchronicity is the experience of two or more events, that are apparently causally unrelated or unlikely to occur together by chance, that are observed to occur together in a meaningful manner.

SYNCHRONICITY is also the name of the next ArtLoveMagic event on September 10th, 2011.

I’ve been trying to figure out how to describe it for this blog and the best answer I can come up with is the following photo collage:

Simply put, Synchronicity is a mash-up of over 24 local artists and performers, jamming together for one night, to create something unexpected. If it was a math equation, it’d look something like this:


This lineup of creative energy is just ridiculous. Even for ArtLoveMagic, SYNCHRONICITY will be a senses blurring stir fry of diversity and creativity on overload.

It also signals a return to the kind of show ArtLoveMagic was built on. Not a mammoth “UNDERGROUND” or “girlShow” type mega-event, and not a controlled model show like Art & Coffee. SYNCHRONICITY is an experiment. What does the Dallas art scene look like if splattered across a canvas like a Jackson Pollock painting?

Get ready to be amazed. There’s no better way to spend your Saturday night.


Synchronicity is Saturday Night 9/10/11
at 2826 Arnetic from 8pm-2am
21 and up   door = $5

for more detailed info on the performers, visit SYNCHRONICITY’s facebook event page here.

2 Responses to “Just what is SYNCHRONICTY?”

  1. Very glad to have an adult themed show coming soon!
    Can’t wait to be there!

  2. […] Saturday NIght (9/10/11) at Synchronicity, we’re going to pilot the idea of using these special comics to raise money for local children’s causes. Artists David Rodriguez, Will Klein, and Khalid Robertson will take the first 3 comics and draw original XMen covers on them. Will’s drawing the character Nightcrawler, Khalid will be doing Marvel Girl, and I don’t know who David’s decided to do yet. […]

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